Roses

Roses come in all different types of colors and sizes so there's one of these beautiful bloomers for every type of gardener. Whether you're planting just one rose bush or a whole bed of these stunning flowers, you'll need some of our tips to get your rose garden started.

Use this gallery to help you choose the best roses for each place in your...

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Pink roses have played a starring role in great gardens around the world.

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I have three pink Knock Out roses that are over 6 feet high and about as wide....

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Grow roses that last longer after you've cut them.

You'll enhance enjoyment and pride in your rose garden when you prune properly.

I have a climbing rosebush that grows well but has not bloomed for the past tw...

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